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  • Dr P3xDr P3x

    Yamaha DG60FX-112Published on 04/12/05 at 05:41
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    CHARACTERISTICS give the site of the brand (this prs Tait quip that the mine a hp
    Celestion Eminence and no one):

    * 60 watts
    * 12-hp Eminence
    * 180 programs
    * 8 types damplis vintage and modern
    * 14 effects compressor, modulation, delay, reverb
    * 16 types of vintage and modern hp
    * Wah pedals dexpression with optional FC-7
    * Tuner Output numrique, Stereo output, headphone
    * Included Pdalier
    60 watts, that's all the same limit that RPET believe me it does not go far ...
    do not count on it to a concert (even small).

    Xlr output, would have not too many.

    UTILIZATION

    I tried for 2 years of good sound out of this amp ... impossible!

    The impossibility to…
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    CHARACTERISTICS give the site of the brand (this prs Tait quip that the mine a hp
    Celestion Eminence and no one):

    * 60 watts
    * 12-hp Eminence
    * 180 programs
    * 8 types damplis vintage and modern
    * 14 effects compressor, modulation, delay, reverb
    * 16 types of vintage and modern hp
    * Wah pedals dexpression with optional FC-7
    * Tuner Output numrique, Stereo output, headphone
    * Included Pdalier
    60 watts, that's all the same limit that RPET believe me it does not go far ...
    do not count on it to a concert (even small).

    Xlr output, would have not too many.

    UTILIZATION

    I tried for 2 years of good sound out of this amp ... impossible!

    The impossibility to combine the effects and choose the rig realize the Fast Fashion's more than difficult:
    first compression, it is but sometimes we would like to have as APRS effects

    The delay / echo trs are limits in terms of rglage and in terms of effects such as rgler
    trmolo the flanger etc., nothing could be more complicated: for rduire the number of buttons, Yamaha
    DCID to assign two functions each. But the problem is that it is impossible to know about
    what function you are when handling a button. So, it's definitely not intuitive, nor
    not rely on the user manual to help you on the subject of rglages effects, it really is not
    clear!

    The factory presets are as catastrophic them, and again, I'm nice. Effects (which sound trs
    aseptiss) ydbordent on quality and precision and sound as if n'tait not enough, they
    good pens to add reverbs EXAGRES, history of hear nothing ..

    Regarding the use of the pedals, the tuner CHAC is quite simple but it is easier to
    tmoin watch the tuning of the amp in it even as the pedals, requires precision.

    CHAC to him about presets is simply Dique m **! Sr Although we accde of a sudden a pressure
    of the foot 4 four presets (if you're lucky enough that the button does not lock so if I was arrivbr /> more than once!) ds but when you want to go " visit "the other banks, is a different
    thing. You must be a combination of manipulations to reach the preset by pressing DSIR
    tantt 2 seconds of a button, tantt 1 second is again not really intuitive and it is
    easier and faster to search his bank from the amp than through the pedals!

    SOUNDS

    "Is it your style of music?"
    Good question but I still wonder if it matches any style of music!

    The HP (one of my Celestion MODEL, I repeat, not one as in Eminence
    today) a silent vritable dung! It's thundering you will tell me, especially when the connate
    reputable brand but here's the facts when I say that I did not Russia from one's
    OK, it's not totally true, I'm pretty close in Balanant sound in headphones
    semi-pro

    In gnrale, we can say that the sounds of dbordent mdium (despite of journalists rglages
    hard!). The distos are really of little use, then the rest of his tendency to saturate a clean
    little with the microphone used (I use a Gibson SG and micro acute saturated systmatiquement on this
    amp's clean).

    Yamaha offers a wah on this amp if you connect an optional expression pedals using the pedals
    to select presets. It is well thought pluttdcevant but in the end. I would not buy a PDAL
    expression supplmentaire so I took one of my piano (which fit perfectly) but the sounds
    not worth really not a real wah. We can not ask too much either!

    In short, the level is trs (trs trs trs) dcevant.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I used the Yamaha DG60FX-112 for 2 years and today I sold (I would also like br /> apologize to the world to have let such a thing on leave the market. With the dough
    resale, I pay a Pod XT (nine), as is what has sold plutt much more!

    The particular feature I like least: the fact that Yamaha has released this amp!

    This is an amp that does offer me so I did not choose but I know that for the same price, I could
    Marshmall have a 100 watt (even if it would not have this range of effects) would have done better
    BPS in the case and / or concert. In fact, I have many times make the comparison using this
    MODEL Marshall a friend owns and it immediately made: the level, there is no photo, and I do
    talking about the quality of distos that although there are a few things on the review Marshmall are
    incredibly more usable.

    Report qualitprix well I find it amazing that Yamaha dj has put this thing on the market (ay is
    I may even call a more amps), you can imagine what I can think of the prices charged
    it! Srieusement I find really outrageous from what is REALLY in terms of
    both sound quality and use. This is another dbat, but Yamaha has released one pedals, the
    DG-Stomp I think, which is the same as DG60FX CHARACTERISTICS-112 is proportionally
    the price is even more outrageous!

    In conclusion, I would simply say that those whose motto is "plug and play", will be due with this
    amp, the other too!

    ps: the only thing nice I did in the end with this amp in 2 years is a photo ... understand that
    can .. = B
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  • DownSideUpDownSideUp

    Yamaha DG60FX-112Published on 07/18/05 at 06:15
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    The DG Stomp into an amp with a Celestion HP.
    I adore the fact of having the stereo (you can Ataquer another amp that will do the right channel, as the DG60 fx is on the left, in this case the tereo is superb).
    Output numrique also excellent for recording.
    lightweight and portable.

    UTILIZATION

    Very simple to use (like the DG Stomp)
    perfect manual.
    not super powerful. but together we are always transplanted in the PA. I do not see the interest of a 100 W lamp, used a 3 (in volume).

    SOUNDS

    Good sound, not the accumulation, rather original, but if you know the DG Stomp, c is ditto!
    super simple to use. c is in the top with another stereo amp, amplifier or spea…
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    The DG Stomp into an amp with a Celestion HP.
    I adore the fact of having the stereo (you can Ataquer another amp that will do the right channel, as the DG60 fx is on the left, in this case the tereo is superb).
    Output numrique also excellent for recording.
    lightweight and portable.

    UTILIZATION

    Very simple to use (like the DG Stomp)
    perfect manual.
    not super powerful. but together we are always transplanted in the PA. I do not see the interest of a 100 W lamp, used a 3 (in volume).

    SOUNDS

    Good sound, not the accumulation, rather original, but if you know the DG Stomp, c is ditto!
    super simple to use. c is in the top with another stereo amp, amplifier or speaker (or keyboard amp etc. .....) a killing.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Must know, try and if a suitable c is a great amp! sounds especially good lead (a la Holdsworth or more saturated as well) and crunch (sounds subtle blues). not too big and heavy, powerful, just what he needed.
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  • purple.telecasterpurple.telecaster

    Yamaha DG60FX-112Published on 08/27/07 at 21:28
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    -60 Watts transistor
    -Made in Taiwan, but as usual with yam yamaha in factories: manufacturing perfect, everything is thought, thoughtful, very fitted and very well made
    -Ample connectivity for use "standard" and even more
    Celestion Seventy 80-hp
    -The 90 factory presets are actually rather demos "you see me" but so easy to change (name funny, clever legal: santa ana-van hallo-match-zzblues-another brick-close to the edge-stairwah - southern-man and 82 others)

    UTILIZATION

    You still have to actually open and read the manual to configure this amp / effects
    there are so (too?) opportunities that I'm sure I do not use that 2/10éme its multiple capabilities

    SOUNDS

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    -60 Watts transistor
    -Made in Taiwan, but as usual with yam yamaha in factories: manufacturing perfect, everything is thought, thoughtful, very fitted and very well made
    -Ample connectivity for use "standard" and even more
    Celestion Seventy 80-hp
    -The 90 factory presets are actually rather demos "you see me" but so easy to change (name funny, clever legal: santa ana-van hallo-match-zzblues-another brick-close to the edge-stairwah - southern-man and 82 others)

    UTILIZATION

    You still have to actually open and read the manual to configure this amp / effects
    there are so (too?) opportunities that I'm sure I do not use that 2/10éme its multiple capabilities

    SOUNDS

    I find plenty versatile for a multitude of applications
    I really like:
    1-clean
    1-drive
    2-lead
    Rotary-
    It least: the wah wah
    , The tuner

    amp ideal for making music in many styles, to make "noise" actually this may not be top

    OVERALL OPINION

    Been used for 7 days it will replace my dg stomp is further different from my two fender princeton & Field II II 35 and my pedals
    and whether "lead 2" is a marshMall 1969 with lamps waste to 32% and 4 hp celestion made by mr XYZ a rainy day in June 70 or bof, "clean one" is a model of a twin 7025 to 1977 with RCA preamp blah blah! this is not helping me (malheureusement!) to play better then the main thing is that I loved my dg stomp and this version is as good amp for the same and still practice + in my case as amplified .

    ps = I gently opened the "beast" and if in 20 years you should change the battery CR2450 memory you just be "normally careful" by removing the amp not need to own a super pro bin
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